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Comment from: Brandon Tucker [Member] Email
Kiel,

I've been living in warm climates lately, and I still can't get used to the golf season. Technically, it's "year round", but the summers are painstakingly hot, and in the winter, it's not snowing, but the temps are all over the place, you get frost, dormant grass (so there is basically no rough for five months) and the occasional winter cold front where it's basically low 40s, which is hardly pleasant. So in reality, it's really golf season->cold golf season -> golf season -> ridiculously hot golf season. I can't get in a rhythm. I'd prefer the April-November northern season, because at least you can get in a groove.
11/23/08 @ 23:55
Comment from: Stacy [Visitor] Email
I played eleven holes today by myself. It was great! I dropped a few balls on each poor shot and did not score.

I didn't say I did well but a bad day of golf is most certainly better than any day spent at work!

Eat your heart out Barry! (No, seriously, he's going out on Friday...)
11/24/08 @ 18:04
Keep away from people who try to belittle your ambitions. Small people always do that, but the really great make you feel that you, too, can become great.
12/10/10 @ 23:26

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